Phoenicia — Autumn is upon us, and the longer, cooler evenings can kindle creative energies. If you want to see “a satire that scorches nearly everything it touches” (Boston Globe), then don’t miss the Shandaken Theatrical Society’s (STS) production, “Little Murders,” by Jules Feiffer.
Several people from the Denver-Vega-Halcottsville area went on the senior citizens’ bus trip to Lake Mohonk, near New Paltz, last Saturday. The day was ideal for this trip and the trees are still beautiful in that part of the country.
By Marion Hohn
October 16 was a rainy, blustery and chilly Saturday morning. It was definitely not the kind of weather you want to have for an Oktoberfest. But dreary skies didn’t stop a large crowd from coming to Belleayre’s Discovery Lodge that day for the German-American Club of the Northern Catskills’ 11th annual Oktoberfest.
Andes — All Delaware County Chamber of Commerce members are welcome to attend a Federal Health Care seminar on November 3, from noon to 1:30 p.m. at The Andes Hotel.
Randi B. Imbriaco, health care reform process manager of CDPHP will be addressing the product/premium effects Health Care Reform will have on the health insurance carriers, and thus on small businesses.
Roxbury — The Roxbury Library Association will offer an adult reading and discussion group at the Roxbury Library from November through March. Titled “Keeping Us In, Keeping Them Out: The Powers of Community” the forum will be led by Roxbury resident and poet Barry Seiler.
Walton — David C. Baxter, an upstate New York native, living in Castle Creek, will be displaying his art in the lobbies of the Walton, Franklin, Hamden, Stamford and Roxbury offices of National Bank of Delaware County during November.